Literature on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in relation to the Arts and the Creative Industries may refer to:
Those industries which have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent and which have a potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property.
Including advertising and marketing, architecture, crafts, design (product, graphic, fashion), Film, TV, video, animation, radio, photography, IT, video games, software, museums, galleries, libraries and heritage, music, performing and visual arts, publishing.
Creative Industries Federation (2021) The UK's creative industries: statistics. Available at: https://www.creativeindustriesfederation.com/statistics (accessed 3/11/21)
Try running a search like the one below to find relevant material:
Add details of a specific industry to narrow your search, e.g. Film, publishing etc.
For more advanced searching, try running a search in one of the databases such as Web of Science, Business Source Complete or Proquest Business Premium Collection:
Here is an example search in Web of Science.
You can run similar searches in other databases, such as:
To find the CSR policies of organisations and companies, you can run a Google search.
You can use advanced Google searching to search by topic and focus on particular organisations.
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